Guyana Resource Center
Set like a gem in the crown of South America, nestled on the North-Eastern shoulder, defying the raging Atlantic Ocean, Guyana's many waterways reflect the source of it's name "The Land of Many Waters"
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Sunday, April 30, 2006

Born: Plaisance, Guyana, June 18, 1967

Clubs: Hamilton Steelers 1987-90, Toronto Blizzard 1990, Montreal Supra 1991, West Ham United 1992-93, Maritimo 1993 - 1999, Kansas City Spurs 1999-2000. A graduate of Rosemount High School in Montreal, he first played soccer at the age of 12 with St. Leonard and was a member of the Quebec Selects team in 1980. This led to his selection for the national U-16 team in 1982 and the national U-19 team in 1984. In total he represented Canada in 21 youth internationals, including the FIFA World Youth Championship in the Soviet Union in 1985. He made his full international debut in August of 1986 against Singapore in the Merlion Cup and went on to play 65 full internationals for Canada. In the Canadian Soccer League Alex played 76 games in for the Hamilton Steelers in four seasons, and scored 28 goals before being traded to the Toronto Blizzard in 1990. Alex moved on to the Montreal Supra in 1991 and then to West Ham United in England for the 1992/93 season. In December of 1993 he was transferred to the Portuguese First Division club Maritimo, who play on the island of Madeira and was named Portugal's best foreign player in the 1994/95 season when he scored 12 goals. Alex moved to the United States in 1999 to play in Major League Soccer for the Kansas City Wizards and in his two seasons with the club appeared in 24 games and scored four goals.